Gabriel A. Matutegmatute @ umich.edugabomatute @ gmail
Currently, I am a senior at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, finishing my major in CS with a minor in math and looking forward to start the next step of my career. I am applying to grad school to continue to explore my interests in Programming Languages, Compilers, and tooling that makes developers and computers better!
Throughout my undergrad, I have taken as many interesting classes as offered before I have to graduate (ranging from CS Education to Networks), while also working for the department as Teaching Assistant (Intro to Data Structures, UI Development, and PL). Along with my classes, I have done research with Prof. Walter Lasecki in the Crowds and Machines (CROMA) Lab, exploring tools to provide remote help to novice programmers and characterizing senior students' code readability and design issues.
Before this, I lived in Caracas, Venezuela, where I was raised by a nurturing family that valued respect, solidarity and education. Thanks to them, I graduated from Washington Academy with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in 2016. It was during these years when my cousin taught me about the world of computers.